Moonspiracy

Moonspiracy  | IT TOOK ME 5 MINUTES TO FIND WHAT WAS WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE. | image tagged in memes,funny memes,moon landing,conspiracy | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Picard Wtf Meme | THAT'S EASY! EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT GIANT YELLOW LETTERS DON'T FLOAT ABOUT SPACE LIKE THAT. | image tagged in memes,picard wtf | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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10 Guy Meme | BUT MAN, THERE IS LIKE NO GRAVITY THE LETTERS WOULDN'T DROP TO THE GROUND | image tagged in memes,10 guy | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Actually there is gravity on the moon. That's why the sand stays on the ground and you can make footprints. The gravity just isn't as strong as the earth.
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knew someone would point that out.
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Conspiracy Keanu Meme | MAYBE THE LETTERS WERE BEING HELD UP BY POLES. LIKE THAT FLAG THERE. | image tagged in memes,conspiracy keanu | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Very very tall poles.
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IT TOOK ME 5 MINUTES TO FIND WHAT WAS TO FIND WHAT WAS WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE. THE LETTERS HAVE LANDED! | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Problem solved!
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The Most Interesting Man In The World Meme | YOU DUMMY - THEY'RE FILLED WITH! HELIUM | image tagged in memes,the most interesting man in the world | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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11 ups, 1 reply
I don't mean to troll, it's just an interesting idea
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Seriously, yes they would. Helium rises (on earth) because it is lighter than air. Since there's no air on the moon, there's nothing for helium to be lighter than. Therefore, the balloon will sink. But that doesn't help when you're trying to make for funny memes. LOL
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5 ups
Just before returning home...
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Yeh I know...but sometimes it's hard to resist.:)))
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5 ups, 1 reply
But my farts are not.

Care to confirm?
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9 ups, 1 reply
AND THE WINNER IS: Picard
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I82QB4IP4 & Picard,,,
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I don't know what's wrong with it,

But I can tell you Earth sure looks better in color,,,
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6 ups, 1 reply
Just don't look at Uranus to find a moon
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The big yellow one is the sun
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Lol
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Lol
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Typo
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3 ups, 1 reply
Awesome meme :)
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Lol
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:)
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9 ups, 2 replies
Two moons
You saw me standing alone
Without a dream in my heart
Without a love of my own
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(cool one, HB WH.)
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3 ups
Lol good one
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9 ups, 6 replies
The shadows are wrong... 3 different directions when they should all be the same angle from 1 light source...the sun !
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Then the lack of shadow from the flag!
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Actually if you look carefully you can see the flagpole shadow from the base of the flagpole its running to the right , completely opposite the other shadows which are at 2 different angles. If there was a reflection off the Earth in the back ground then the shadows would also be running towards the camera...which they arent.!!!
Now for the REAL kicker... You see the angle of the shadow off the Lunar Lander , so if that is the location angle of the Sun , then you would NOT see the Earth as a round fully lit ball , the Left hand side would have the edge of darkness in a crescent shape. The Sun would have to be behind the Camera to fully illuminate the Earth like that and the shadows on the moon would be different....Food for thought !
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After I reread your initial post about the three different directions I noticed what might be the flagpole shadow. It's so thick (that's what she said?) that I don't know if it's supposed to be coming from the right of the picture or if it's supposed to be the flagpole.

I'd already seen people point out just the moon period, so I didn't give it any additional thought, but absolutely the Earth would have a "dark side" given the most likely angle of the sun.
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you forget about artificial lights
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6 ups, 1 reply
the earth provides a second, reflective, light source on the moon...in the same way the moon provides a reflective light source down here on earth :-)
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See my reply above ^...
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5 ups, 2 replies
Actually,due to the size of the sun, and the gravity of the other bodies around it, the shadows would not have to be directly parallel. Gravity bends light waves, and the sun is big enough to send it from different locations, if in the right position, however it is still questionable due to the fact that the sun is so far away, but the fact of gravity bending light waves still applies
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In general relativity, light follows the curvature of spacetime, hence when light passes around a massive object, it is bent. This means that the light from an object on the other side will be bent towards an observer's eye, just like an ordinary lens. Since light always moves at a constant speed, lensing changes the direction of the velocity of the light, but not the magnitude. This phenomena is primarily visible using Telescopes for viewing distant galaxies and stars, planets , etc. not close up ...
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If you are using the term "close" relative to the distances of bodies in space, then distance from said object plays little to no role in the act of bending light. The main factor is gravitational pull. Say you were a mere few meters away from a black hole(disregarding the fact that you would be able to see no light) if you could still see, the light would be greatly warped due to the immense gravitational pull. Now if you were on earth and the gravitational pull was from an object such as the sun or Jupiter(even though jupiter's effect on the light is very slight, so we will pay attention to that of the sun) then the effect is noticeable. If mercury, for example, was slightly behind the sun to where we would not be able to view it, we would still see a distorted image of the planet. So, to sum all this up, yes, it would work close up.
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But to be more exact, a better explaination of the non-parallel shadows would be tokinjester's comment on how earth would act as a reflective light source, just as the moon does the same here on earth
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0 ups, 1 reply
This was all very wonderful to read, I thank yous,,,
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No problem! I guess you learn something new every day
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???? nerd
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Damn you....you beat me to it!!!
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JK
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If they are standing on the moon, how is the moon in the sky?
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:)
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:)
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:)
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I knew it. The moon is made of cheese. I see the cheese knife.
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The flag is blowing in the "wind" and the moon in in the background.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Just the Moon in the sky (someone layered it over photo)... But the Flag was never a regular Flag; they already planned for the lack of wind, so they put supports to extend it out and use stiff material to make it appear wind-blown (you can pretty much see a piece of pole along the top of the Flag)
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6 ups, 2 replies
Oh please, next you'll be saying that the illuminati isn't camped out at Roswell with Elvis and his pet Sasquatch.
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Lol
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:)
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:)
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It looks to me like they put another bar through the top edge of the flag, so it could just hang and swing. Yeah that's right, cloth that swings for awhile. In no air. :P
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5 ups, 1 reply
With that clue, it took me a lot less.
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Me too :-)
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Nibirumoon
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lol, look up the alien moon theory, it's amazing if you like all things astronomy, laughing at (some not all, some of the theory's are actually pretty scary to think about because they might be right) some people's crazy ideas that are impossible to actually be true.
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6 ups, 2 replies
Now thats some dark matter lol:)
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4 ups, 1 reply
Dude, it's weird, I'm trying to comment to you on that Paul Walker one and I can't? :{O

Also, bwahahahaha! Looks like you found planet butthurt! X{D
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2 ups, 1 reply
Lol :)
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:{D
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3 ups, 1 reply
Lol:)
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4 ups, 1 reply
Do you remember that old meme "I'm in your face" with him and Walker? X{D
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3 ups, 1 reply
Loved it. :)
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6 ups, 1 reply
Ooo, I'm going to hell. :{O
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Me to. Atleast i will know someone there lol:)
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So that's what a black hole looks like up close,,,
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4 ups, 1 reply
Lol
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HA HA!!!
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:)
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oh i get it but it took me like 10 minutes lol
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Take a iq test
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4 ups, 3 replies
1) 2 Moons
2) Too many shadows
3) why the hell is the flag waving when there is no wind in space?
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2 ups, 1 reply
Answer to your findings:
1) it is photoshopped
2) Besides there being the sun, sunlight is being reflected off of the moon lander, and there is also light from stars.
3) When Armstrong first unfurled the flag, he made sure to unroll it completely.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Maybe the flag is held up by a small wire.
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The cameras can only expose for either the Earth or the stars. That's why space footage usually looks so black. :{D
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#argumenthasbeendestroyed
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Answer to three. How does a solar sail work? Solar wind. Maybe that metal flag "blew" in the solar wind? They did also jiggle it a lot putting it in. Which sounded gross typing.

For two I'd say that the shadows all look like they're going form right to left. And the shadow of the flag is sort of behind the astronaut. :{D
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lol
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lol They really liked that flag. X{D
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lol Astronaut's grubby masonic hands did all the crumbling. And then they did a victory fap. Then they JIZZED-IN-SPAAAACE!!! X{D
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Okay, do you even know how wind works? And he is on the moon, technically not in space, unless you call being on Earth, being in space.
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I KNOW! The astronaut is on Antarctica!
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XD
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Also, the flag's shadow is going the opposite way
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did you also know that acer uses DUCKTAPE instead of glue and screws
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Also the flag shadow is going a different direction than the rest of the scene.
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then either you're very stupid or you spent 4 mins 57 secs in a facebook fight.
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true story
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the flag is waving right? there's no air on the moon
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I think the correct answer is that there's a moon in the left corner also, is that a fake flag? It looks like there's a pole that's making it look like it's blowing in the wind (which by the way there is NO wind on the moon, also a reason why it's not the earth's moon) so, tell me if I'm correct please.
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Took me 5 seconds after you mentioned something
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Nowhere to pee.
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There's no wind on the moon. That flag shouldn't be flying!
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The flag was held up with a rod that extended perpendicular to the flagpole. It was designed specifically for the purpose of extending the flag.
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ok sooo it looks like there are eyes in the top right corner AND the letters have discovered anti gravity :0
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OHHHHH I KNOW WHAT IT IS ITS SOOO OBVIOUS
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